The formal application for a 96-unit building to rise up to 85 feet in height at the intersection of Market and Duboce, behind the historic façade of the former Gantner Brothers’ Funeral Home building at 1965 Market Street, has been submitted to Planning.
While the site is currently zoned for development up to 85 feet in height on the corner but only 50 feet upon its parking lot parcel fronting Duboce, the project team is proposing to invoke California’s Affordable Housing Bonus Program in order to build up to
seven eight stories in height along Duboce with eight seven setback stories behind the existing facade on the corner.
And once again, in addition to the 96 condos,the proposed development would yield 3,600 square feet of new retail space and underground parking for 47 cars as designed by David Baker Architects for Keller Grover Properties.
UPDATE: Our post originally included the previous set of designs for the proposed project. The refined design, as newly rendered and outlined above, has reduced the proposed height on the corner, shifting its mass to the parking lot parcel, with detailing and colors that have “yet to be developed.”